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>> if you find it, bring it to the closest store you can get to, and if nobody claims it,a circle k or someone that sells a lotto ticket. they're the number and expires at midnight tonight. >> or drop it off here in the station and we'll happily take care of it. >> i hope somebody finds that if they won't the ticket. >> time for 11:00 news with cynthia and chris. >> we could buy a lot of powerball tickets with that 76,000. >> the predictions are proving true for super tuesday. >> a super success for the front-runners. >> we won five major states and looks like we could win six, or seven or eight or nine. >> how their victories are shaping the entire presidential race. >> we've been looking for him. we think he's a major player here in tampa in that regard.
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fool police by biting off his fingertips and finally behind bars. why he could not chew his way out of this one. >> anchor: and keeping our eye on the sky after a year in space, astronaut scott kelly on his way back home just about to land on earth. >> a big super tuesday for donald trump winning six of the 11 states that voted tonight including delegate rich states with a candidate needs 1237 delegates to win the nomination and trump is close to that and: . >> keeping an eye on it all night is political editor craig patrick and craig, a triumphant night for trump.
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seeing, it's going to be very, very hard for the other republican rival to catch up, not impossible but very, very hard and each of the remaining rivals are staying in the race keeping it divided. and arkansas was called for massachusetts. >> tennessee, alabama, georgia and virginia. >> and ted cruz still in the race and with that, ted cruz is making the case he's the best choice for other republicans who don't want donald trump to rally up behind. take a look. >> so long as the field remains divided, donald trump's path to the nomination remains more likely.
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for republicans, for nation. our campaign is the only campaign that has beaten and can beat and will beat donald trump. >> well, for now, but that may change very soon. we have one very interesting state in the upper midwest. take a look at what is going on in minnesota. it bears possible good news for marco rubio. he could be on the board here. these are early returns, but in this caucus, rubio has an early lead followed by ted cruz. this could be rubio's first win here in minnesota. there's also one other very interesting race still in play, this one is vermont. and here, donald trump has a slight, we'll say slight lead separated by about 600 votes from john kasich at this point. john kasich. althoughly keeping him in the race, as well.
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ahead, by the way, to march 15th and his home state of ohio. if you look at the numbers here, yeah, it's all donald trump with a lead of 150 delegates right now and we'll see more separation as the night plays out. we have ted cruz in second place, surpassing marco rubio, look, relative to keep in mind, 1,237 republican delegates needed to clinch that nomination. >> it's important to point out that some candidates, very few picked up delegates keeping everyone in this race for sometime. and bernie sanders says he's going to stay in the race for as long as it takes, but hillary clinton really remains strong and widened her lead, right? >> yeah, and with these numbers, it's hard to see how
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do this but he said he'll try. and hillary clinton won arkansas, alabama, georgia, tennessee, the big one, texas and virginia, but we also have a couple of wins for bernie sanders. that's his home state of vermont and a bit of a surprise here, the state of oklahoma, so while hillary clinton is looking ahead to her general election presumptively in her speech, sanders stressed he's not going anywhere. >> at the end of tonight, 15 states will have voted 35 states remain, and let measure you that we are going to take our fight for economic justice, for social justice, for environmental sanity, for a world of peace to every one of our states. >> there are ladders of
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every american can live up to his or her potential, because then and only then, can america live up to its full potential. >> well, check out the delegates scoreboard, clinton is just running away with the superdelegates with 883 at this point for hillary clinton. more on the way, 232 for sanders and many needed in the democratic race than the republican, 2,383 needed to until midnight, our time. 3 as those results come down... fox 13 will be keep you up to date on facebook and twitter... plus a complete wrap-up of super tuesday on good day starting at 4 a-m. 3 3 new at eleven.. a fugitive from tampa wasn't fast enough to stop police in ohio from identifying him.
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kirk kelly was in a car that was pulled over in >> a fugitive in tampa was not fast enough when he was ided and, doing everything he could to keep police from figuring out who he is. this is kind of outrageous, devon. >> reporter: well, it seems like he thought to himself, maybe they can't identify me if they can't take my fingerprints and there is only one way to get rid of your fingerprints when you're in the back of a police car. dash cam video showing police near akron, ohio taking a man into custody after stopping a suspicious vehicle. >> hey, do you have any alarm on me? >> it's 3:00 in the morning in a high drug area with three other people. i can't tell you what he was doing, but probably wasn't a social call. >> police say he gave a younger
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there's no doubt based on the 813 and tampa bay rays that they had a bay area man, but who? while the police phoned the tampa detectives, he did almost the unthinkable. >> he literally chewed the fingerprints off his hand. >> pictures show that 24-year-old kirk kelly was in panic mode. >> sometimes people [indiscernable] but never chewing their fingers off. >> his nickname is cracker boy and known for allegedly trafficking stolen guns. >> we think he's a major player. >> he has a lengthy arrest record wanted since september. ohio police ided him via the tattoos. >> he's facing potential jail time so he was desperate. >> he was likely bounding on the country on buses trying to get as far away from home as possible, but he couldn't eat
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>> we run into people with warrants all the time, but it's pretty usual we find someone from a thousand miles away. >> and kirk kelly still has to be extradited to ohio, but it's unclear as to when that will be. >> at what point they'll get his fingerprints, but hey, that is a bizzare thing i've heard in awhile. thank you. >> a now former pasco deputy is accused of corruption. steven leblanc was fired and under investigation for amend trying to plant evidence on a suspect. as fox 13 josh casio reports, the deputy's alleged action could hurt some legitimate cases. >> the firing of the deputy, steven leblanc fired following an internal investigation.
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guy, to mass parisi and leblanc went in for arrest, but the sheriff says during the legitimate arrest in november of last year, leblanc crossed the line and accused of asking a witness to go inside his home and plant drug nearly in parisi's bag and what happened here could jeopardize other cases leblanc is involved in. >> on cases where he's listed as a state witness will make the state attorney's job hard tore prosecute the cases, because the state will have a very hard time calling him as a witness now. >> there is no profession that is perfect, but the responsibility of every profession is to hold their people accountable, and this sheriff's office will hold him accountable. >> some the encounter was captured in his body camera,
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josh cash joe, "fox 13 news." >> new at 11:00, drivers beware because of pinnellas county deputies found a skimmer in a gas pump in dunedin and the thiefs can record your credit card, debit card information. now they're cautioning if you about gas at that rally station, check your bank accounts closely. if you see anything suspicious, you're urged to call pinnellas county sheriff's office. >> they get so sneaky that it's hard to tell so look closely. >> coming up, some words of praise for a young teacher who died too soon. >> i just can't tell you how much love that youngin had. >> how a tribute to her is
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>> scott kelly will soon return to earth. this is a look inside the nasa command center, and scott kelly is returning to earth. 11:23. >> the 7-day forecast in kazakhstan is outstanding. in 1934, steak 'n shake decided the world didn't need another hamburger. it needed a steakburger. 100 percent beef. seal in the flavor ... from a steakburger. steak 'n shake,
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lacuche killed in a rodeo accident. she was barrel racing when thrown from her horse. lara de weise was a mom, a teacher and they are holding her funeral in the arena where she learned to ride. >> i can't tell you how much good she had in her heart. >> she was a believer, so i know 100% she's up there riding for lord. >> those she barrel raised with are bringing their horses and everyone is asked to wear purple in her honor. >> in sunday per . >> time for daily spacex update now.
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launch the falcon 9 rocket on friday, the fourth try of the week and the launch was never to be this hard, actually. the landing is the tough part but so far, they can't get it off the ground. they are trying to land it in a reusable platform in the atlantic with previous attempts calmed off because of technicalities, weather and a boat that wandered too close to the launch system. here's a technicality of a different kind, something to make you think twice before jumping into the pool when the weather gets warmer. a lakeland woman found this nine foot gator in the swimming pool and he was tough to see bottom of the pool. but she spotted him and she has a insteadier hand than i would and she lives on a golf course and the gator crawled through
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they called the trappers and releasing him. >> that's looking for love in all the wrong places. >> how do you know? >> this is season, mating season, so the big guys go around, pushing the young ones out saying here, this is going to be my pool. >> isn't every day mating season? >> it's actually early spring and their nest in another six weeks or so, but that's when they're on the move, paul. >> she tracks these things. she knows. >> i have many gator app. >> a mating app on her phone. >> the gator meter. >> trust me, i don't doubt it at all. >> looking outside, good stuff today all across the board, not only at the beaches, but you take a look inland, and this is in lake cruz with great photos and all these pictures are on the facebook page, and this is
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wallpaper for your computer. good stuff. >> this is from kathy thuget and when we talk about the spacex postponed because of the high winds, and you can see the high cirrus clouds and upper level winds blowing 115-120 knots with a lot of wind above us. that is one of the reasons the launch was delayed for a bit. i think they're going to try again on friday. >> where the weather should be nice. this squall line began in sections of louisiana and now producing heavy winds and diving to the southeast and the thing is by the time this moves
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orleans lark it will weaken significantly -- peninsula, it will weaken and obviously, there are clouds, so there could be a period tomorrow where it is mostly cloudy. once that goes away, thursday should be pretty good, another weak front could impact us on friday. now, temperatures before a cold front approaches are usually warmer the night before, because usually, the winds in advance of a cold front will start turning to the west or southwest, and that keeps us warm the night before the front arrives. the dew points are in the 50s, and the winds are kind of turning to the southwest up in tallahassee and panama city, so weather 101, the night before a cold front is always milder because of waste is wind ahead of the front and it shifts to the northwest and turns cooler behind the front. 64, dew point 58 and the its
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and tonight is a mild night, the 50s and low 60s and highs tomorrow with a period of clouds, maybe a sprinkle in the 70s to near 80s, so tonight, we'll go partly cloudy, a milder night tonight with temperatures late tonight bottoming out near 60. so watch out for a spell tomorrow where it may be mostly cloudy, with mix of sun and clouds and thursday, lots of sunshine and another chance of showers at friday. at this stage, i tell you, i feel really good about the weekend, sunshine both days and temperatures both weekend days in the mid-70s. that would be three good weekends in a row. enjoy it. back to you. >> coming up, mission almost complete. >> astronaut scott kelly undocked, headed back to e put more fun in your day
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if we're able to get vooshgs we'll take you to it, and his mission is not about setting records. and this year in space was a stepping-stone for a much larger and longer mission. >> this is the scene tuesday as u.s. astronaut scott kelly and russian cosmonaut say good-bye to colleagues aboard the international space station. the pair then sealed into a russian soyuz spacecraft spending 340 days aboard the space station. >> even after i've been here nearly a year, you don't feel perfectly normal, you know, there's always, you know, a lingering something you feel, or, you know, it's just not normal. >> the 52-year-old says he hopes the extended time in space can help humans reach mars and give nasa data on the prolonged weightlessness space has on a body. >> it's a what are.
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water. it's like being in the woods camping for a year. >> the new jersey native participated in three previous space flights. >> i'm looking at the crew corners here and probably almost half the time i've been here between sleeping and working on the computer, i've spent basically in a box the size of a phone booth. >> kelly and his twin brother former astronaut matt kelly have been taking part of a twin effect and mark is married to gabrielle gifford. >> the hardest start being isolated on a physical sense for people on the ground important to you. >> steve rappaport, fox news. >> you heard him say, he's landed.
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kazakhstan and he will get a dignified visit with joe biden and jill biden and his twin brother, mark kelly. we won't hear from scott kelly until friday and if we get something later, we will bring it to you before ending the newscast and we'll start the next newscast at 4:00 a.m. >> the rays are finally going to cuba, but where are they going to call home?
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